Nowadays, Chory and her colleagues want to use everything they’ve learned about plant hormones and growth to create the ideal crops – stress- and pathogen-resistant perennials to help sustainably feed the predicted 10 billion people who will inhabit Earth by 2056. The idea arose last fall when Salk's president Elizabeth Blackburn convened a group to come up with initiatives to solve 21st-century problems, climate change among them. After the meeting, Chory rallied Noel and other Salk colleagues – HHMI Investigator Joe Ecker, Wolfgang Busch, and Law – for a huddle.
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